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Anyone have any tip on getting that ****** outer bolt for the pivot on the top rams? I've got the inner one and I took off the nylock nut to see if that would loosen it enough to twist the cylinder but no-go.

I know I did it before 'cause I pulled a set at a boneyard but that was a while back...just can't remember now how I did it :confused: Wrench doesn't seem to fit in there...



And of course it's over 100 degrees here so trying to catch it when it cools off to 95 :roll:
 

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Come on now...someone has had to have done this before. Don't make me drill holes in the outside of my 1/4's to reach them :lol:
 

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If I remember, I didn't have to remove the pivot bracket attached to the piston after undoing the 2 inner screws. I checked Bentley and it doesn't require the removal of the bracket either.

There's some maneuvering to be done, but the piston does come out of the body cavity with the bracket intact.
 

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It's confirmed...I am an idiot...just in case I left some doubt. :lol:

There are TWO bolts on the inside, not one inside and one outside of the cylinder.
 
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